GOLDEN GATE: The Park of a Thousand Vistas by Katherine Wilson

GOLDEN GATE: The Park of a Thousand Vistas

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Every visitor to San Francisco is taken up to Golden Gate Park and told how it was created out of 1000 barren acres and the imagination of its creator John McLaren. Here is its story- its pattern- its museums, art galleries, academy of science, aquarium, zoo, temple of music, its year round parade of floral beauty, its playgrounds and game fields.

Pub Date: Dec. 15th, 1947
Publisher: Caxton